tv Eyewitness News at 530 CBS March 5, 2018 5:30am-6:00am EST
>> a firefighter is injured, while battling a house fire in bucks county overnight >> that firefighter was awake, and conscious, when he was rush to the hospital. >> i've never seen anything like this around here. >> another day in the dark. friday's nor'easter still reaking havoc in part of our area. >> haverford and marple newtown schools are closed because of things like this. >> she was laying in her bed when a bullet came through. >> an innocent woman in southwest philadelphia. struck by a stray bullet when it comes bashing through heroin dough. >> comedian bill cosby returns to court for his sexual assault pretrial. >> sorry we interrupted the movie. >> you a oscars right now. ... the shape of water.
>> may i hug you? >> yes. >> today's morning minute and tomorrow's medical vastment, brought to you by pen medicine >> i i can't blame him for checking. no envelope this year's oscars >> taking home four oscars, the big winner, a lot of people talking about the ross cents cars today. i think a lot of people probably talking about this weather that's on its way, too >> i think they letter are, in fact, talking about last week 's weather also cents this week's weather, still under some of the influence, from friday's system. even though it is out to sea at this point in time. we are dealing with the winds throughout the day today. and that's going to make it feel even colder. to the graphics. i'll show you the chilly start we are dealing with this morning, meteorological spring still got to put on the winter jacket headed outside early this morning, 31 degrees right now in philadelphia, right around 30 degrees, in wilmington, in the upper 20's, in reading and allentown, 31 in trenton, right around 30 degrees down the shore in atlantic city. then factor in the wind coming in out of the northwest, you
can see gusts cents to 20 miles per hour possible today. that's making it feel even colder when you factor in the windchill. so feels more like 21 degrees, in philadelphia, this morning. when you step outside in wilmington, feels more like the low 20's, as women, 20 in reading, 20 allentown, actually feels like single digits up there in the poconos so here's what you can expect through the day today. 38 degrees, as we head into the 9:00 hour. we make it to 44, by noontime. so looking at a very chilly breeze. plenty of sunshine if the forecast by the latter part of the afternoon. high temperature around 48 degrees. so dealing with a cmorning to s. plenty of sunshine later though. gusts cents to 20 miles per hour possible. the winds will finally subside though, as we head into tonight, i'll have more coming up on the potential nor'easter in just a few minute, back to you. >> chelsey, thank you. very good morning to all of you, happy monday. looking at 95 south at allegheny avenue. starting to pick up levels here, see how many vehicles are out there, actually, not even just the southbound direction but the northbound side as well, but we typically
see levels build fairly early monday morning, blue route near mid-county holding steady looking pretty good. do have storm debris out there delaware county, chester road southbound near avondale road. heads up if you are headed out there. and in the world of septa, so, updates, we had a lot of delays and concellations cents over the weekend because of that storm. a lot of which is now starting to clear out of the way. tail chestnut hill east and west trenton resumed service, norristown high-speed line has resumed service but has 15 minute delays. 101 trolley shuttle bussing between woodland and media and 102 trolley has resumed, possibly other regional rail lines asell. head out the door, be sure your schedules are on line. also downed tree in blue bell. morris road closed between mt. pleasant avenue and pen lynn blew beg pike. us route 73 or skippack pike is your best bet. then also downed wires, in coatesville, so route 82, it
is closed between kings highway and month see road. you're going to have to use an alternate here as well, reese ville road will be your best bet. rahel, jim, back to you. >> meisha, thank you. blistering colds night for customers still without power in delaware count. >> i trang do live in havertown where last fright's nor'easter left behind lots of damage. good morning again, trang. >> hey, good morning, jim, rahel. yes, residents going into their fourth day without power here. crews extremely busy, and this site things like this, tree across the roadway, pretty common site in neighborhoods here in havertown. this is glendale road and colonial drive. more than 2,000 customers are still without power here just in haverford township, across delaware county, that number is at more than 20,000 people. now, county officials declared disaster emergency saturday, due to the widespread power outages and trees brought down by friday's snow, winnie nor'easter, delaware county among the hardest hit areas, and has asked for the governor
's help in the clean up and restoration efforts. peco crews have been working around the clock to get power back on, but county leaders admit it could be wednesday or even thursday before power is restored to all homes here. >> peco is working very hard to address this issue. their big focus right now is some of the largest issues, martins run an area for senior living where they don't have power. so there is a lot of effort being made thereto restore their power. our biggest priority is our most vulnerable citizens, so please check on your neighbors , check on your elderly neighbors. >> and with the power being out, obviously, some traffic lights remain out. we're told there will be state police directing traffic at certain intersections, if their power is not restored by the evening rush hour. but for now, liver in havertown, trang do, cbs-3, " eyewitness news," rahel, jim, back to you. >> trang, thank you. >> after the nor'easter forced delays and concellations, amtrak back to normal this morning, amtrak officials say all of the scheduled trains,
between bosses ton and washington. dc will operate on schedule. amtrak's keystone service will also operate on it full schedule. service came to a halt fry afternoon during the height of the storm. and then resumed on a modified schedule. >> septa's mostly back on track as well. chestnut hill east and west trenton regional rail lines on schedule, the norristown high-speed line operate withing delays, septa encouraging riders to check websites for updates. >> 5:36. in business news could be rough day on wall street. >> money watch's wendy gillette joins us live from the new york torque stock exchange with that and more, good morning, wendy. >> good morning, jim, rahel, investors will be looking for stocks to rebounds this morning, after a tough week. but the dow losing 875 points, but this could be another rough day here on wall street. mid fears over possible global trade war. several asian stocks lost big today. and us stocks also down. friday, the dow dipped almost 71-point, the the nasdaq gained 77. some union leaders, at united
airlines are criticizing the company's new bonus policy. united is eliminating quarter ly performance bonus r for its employees replacing them with a lottery style drawing. united employees could win prizes including cash, cars, vacations, one win letter take home six-figure cash prize every quarter but some union members say they would rather have smaller but steady award of cash. several companies severed discount and partnerships, nra doing just fine, u brand index , surround vale results found consumer including delta , avis, met life, has cents remained largely unchanged. democrats felt more positive about the brands. republicans cannot change the perception, independence had more negative perception. and pet super store petco trying to create the world's largest photo mosaic of adopted pets and their owners, it is part of a initiative to raise $3.1 million to support animal welfare work. and you can participate.
just up load a photo of you and your rescued cat or dog at petco foundation.org. jim, rahel, do you have adopted pet or dog? >> i have a stuffed dog? >> i don't think. >> it is real to me. >> stuffed animals, not quite real. what about you? >> i have a cat. yes, adopted cat. >> she is wonder if you. >> good idea, thanks, wendy. for the first time ever, la costa temporarily ditching its crocodile logo, french clothing brand launched the campaign during paris fashion week, the crocodile logo is replaced by by ten different species including a tiger, and rock-iguana. made in limited quantities to show how much of each animal left in the wild. in bucks county has cents injured a firefighter. among dozens every firefighters who rushed to the two story house on henry avenue in feasterville early
this morning. fire officials say he was on the second floor when he fell through it, they say he was cents awake and conscious when he went to the hospital. no word on his injuries or how the fire started. no one was inside that home at the time. >> in other news, bill cosby defense team heads to the montgomery county courthouse this morning, his lawyers are asking a judge not to allow testimony from dozens every his accusers at a sexual assault pretrial. prosecutors want to call as many as 19 women who they say the comedian engaged in a pattern of drugging and harming for several decades. >> two brother accused of murdering philadelphia police officer three years ago will also face a judge today. this will be one of carlton help and ramon williams final heals before trial. two charged with shooting and kelling officer robert wilson iii. officer was buying a video game from a game stop in north philly when the brothers opened fire. family and friends will gather for a vigil today in honor of wilson. >> president trump meets with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu today at the white house, told the get together will be a working
lunch, israel is questioning the president's resolve to fix or dismantle the 2015 iran nuclear deal. in the u.s. to address pro israel lobbying group later this week. >> meantime the president standing by hiseco place import tariff on alluminum and steel tweeting in part our steel anal alluminum industries are dead, sorry time for a change. the aisle have criticized the president's plan as is have allies from overseas, british prime minister theresa may called the president to express deep concern over the mover to place 25% tariff on steel and 10% on alluminum. >> we are hoping to learn more today about violent domestic disturbance in montgomery county that led to police involved shooting. >> all start wad stabbing victim ran from ac inch ton home to nearby firehouse to get help. the incident happened on the 800 block every jenkintown road yesterday afternoon police say offers her to force his way into the home, others inside with the suspect. officials tell us the officer
shot the suspect because he failed to comply with the demands, no word on is the pugs connect's condition. >> also stabbing in south jersey after bra broker out inside after check e cheese. returned to the restaurant on almonnessing road after 6:00 last night. officers found a woman with a minor stab wound, also one tried to break up the fight. no word on what led to the melee. up next, they thought they had a deal. tell you why teachers west virginia will not be returning to the classrooms right now. >> also, ahead: we will tell you what makes this dressor by actress so special. we'll also hear her message for its designer. >> finds bought auction with a chance to own priceless items from hollywood when we come back.
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other tv personalities there, some local elected officials, cherri gregg, also, so lovely weekend. >> our version of the ross cents cars. >> well deserved. >> thank you, thank you. >> what's not deserved what i see on that map coming at us, chelsey. >> yes. >> this is why katie took the week off. >> you know, i don't know. i don't know. maybe. we do have another coastal storm headed our way. another nor'easter. we are going to have the wind and maybe even little bit more after snow threat along this one for at least more of a population. so that's something we are keeping very close eye on. speaking of snow, live look at jack frost bigyou can see, lotsk there. and man the poconos have been hit hard over the past few days, since friday, with over 2 feet of they could get quite a bit more as we head into the tuesday night and wednesday time frame. of course that's something we're watching closely. our weather watchers have been reporting in this morning, we are starting the morning out on a very chilly note.
we have a lot of 20's, 30's, out there. let how you some of those numbers across the region. frank in nottingham says right around 27 degrees. in his backyard. eileen in gilbertsville around 29. so upper 20's, for mark in new jersey, and saylorsburg in pennsylvania says it is 24 degrees where we lives, barbara in willow grove at 29 picture, temperatures in the 20's, 30's, out there. still, feels even colder when you factor in the wind. so zooming in you little close they are told -- philadelphia, let's talk more temperatures, 29 in pottstown, 29 west chester, 31 degrees in media, waking up 30 degrees and month holly 30 degrees. eels even coal her you factor in the wind. we have wind out of the north in northwest, about 14 miles per hour in philadelphia. we could see wind gusting to around 20 miles per hour today so that's going to make for windchills in the three's, for much of the day. even into the low 40's, even though forecasting high temperature right there around 48 degrees. so for the ride to school,
looking at low 30's, lunch, recess, 42 degrees, then 48 for the ride home. but tons of sunshine across the board, you will need the shades out there today, won't be able to say the same for the entire day on tuesday, as is we will see increasing clouds. but storm scan3 shows we're very quiet across the delaware vale. as i zoom out, see the system kind of taking shape, out to the west, it is cents bringing tons of rain to places like memphis right now. also, into portions every illinois looking at western illinois, some extremely heavy downpours, even some snow. but this system will be transferring some energy off the coast and that's what's going to create our coastal storm that we deal with tuesday into wednesday. we already have winter storm watches that have been posted for areas north and west of trenton and philadelphia. so, that doses include berks county, lehigh valley, poconos , allentown, reading, mount pocono, all of you guys included on this. and i do thha head into the next 24 hours, we will see more winter alerts being issued. so keep an eye on that for
sure. looking at future weather, now rather quiet, as we head throughout the day today. and much of the day on tuesday then look what happens by tuesday night. we start to see some rain-snow mix beginning to develop right along the i95 corridor. point north and west, dealing with all snow. while places cents south and east, the jersey shore, shore points, delaware, dealing with plane old rain. that will be kind of the similar situation as we head into wednesday morning. as i fast cents forward, we move into wednesday afternoon, and wednesday night, some colder air starts to work it way into the picture. this is actually when we could get some heavier snow fall in locations, and where we see the bulk of the intensity with the storm as we head into wednesday evening, wednesday night, and that's when we could get some heavy snowfall totals as well. again, still so many things that we are ironing out with this system, and it does look like by thursday things will be quieting down quite a bit. so the best chance for snow, that's going to be points north and west, rain to snow with some accumulation right along i-95. then mainly rain is some snow
mixing in for downs at the shore, still a lot of discrepancy with the models, you can she threat here, 8.7, 3.1, less than 1 inch for the european model. quick check at what you can expect, tuesday through friday , another nor'easter mid week. best chances cents for snow will be on wednesday. and snow could be heavy in some areas. more coming up in the next hour. back to you. >> all right, chelsey, thank you. good morning, everyone, happy monday. so looking outside. birdseye view hereof i95. see starting to pick up levels , certainly on the vine and 95 right now, we can expect that as we approach the 6:00 hour specially on a monday. going to be busy. we've actually nice driving conditions right now. still a lot of these areas actually looking pretty good even though starting to see volume levels pick up little bit. not he. look at 309 near t turnpike, headlights moving in the northbound direction looking real nice for those every you headed out on 309. so headed out there now or any time s think you'll be in good company. now storm debris, delaware county, route 320, chester at the road near after on town
road, headed out the door, debris is no good to swerve around. downed tree here blue bell, closed between mount police and and pen lynn blue bell pike. alternate route 73, skippack pike. also another downed tree here in sicklerville. route 29 gravel pike closed right now memorial drive. use anothsixty-three or sumneyte is your best bet. route 82, manna road closed between kings highway, and mon acs road. best alternate reese ville road. >> another day off for west virginia student while their teachers strike goes cents into its eighth day. today lawmakers trying to ends a stalemate over two pay raise bills, the house there approved 5% raise at the union negotiated with the governor. then the senate rejected the house version in favor of 4% raise, and other state workers digging in their field to get what they want with want. >> so let december this right. let's do it to keep attract
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